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NASS Festival 2014 | Live Review

Check out our review of this years electronic acts at NASS Festival 2014!


Sunday 12th June


Source: Promo / Rutger Prins

Noisia – Main Stage – 5/5

The final night at NASS bought European Drum & Bass legends, Noisia to the main stage. Whilst the sound engineers were prepping for the ‘set-of-the-weekend’ the Asteroid Boys banner showed up, which questioned the anticipated fans. The excitement, and anticipation was electric, then the engineers ripped off the banner, almost as if to say Noisia where at NASS festival.

Another surprise arose when 2shy MC arrived to the stage shouting “NASS Festival how you feeling?!” Which followed with a massive roar from the thousands of Noisia fans. There was only one member of the Drum & Bass trio, however he did a great job to entertain the festival-goers .

He started with ‘Asteroids‘, and finished with ‘Stamp Out‘ taken from their latest release, ‘Purpose EP‘. Through out the duration of the set he varied the genres with heavy-metal-style Drum & Bass, and a mixture of electro house half way through.

After the set had finished people were shocked as they said that it was “the best set they had ever seen!”


Source: Promo / Official Facebook

DJ EZ – Warehouse – 5/5

What better way to finish off the Sunday, and the music at the festival than having UK Garage legend, DJ EZ.

From the front to the back the warehouse was packed! Playing garage classics like DJ Pied Piper’s Do You Really Like It‘, and H ‘two’ O’s smash hit ‘What’s It Gonna Be‘, he really go the crowd in a frenzy. It wasn’t just what he was playing that made his set unique, it was how he was mixing. With vocal slicing, and use of effects such as reverb, and the flanger, that made his mix so much more unique than the others at the festival.

It was one of the best sets of the festival, and one of the biggest surprises at the festival as well!

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